A Father Talks with His Children --It's Best to Talk Now Than too Late

A Father Talks with His Children --It's Best to Talk Now Than too Late

by Lorne Thompson
     
 

It is my observation that many fathers are reluctant in talking with their children about matters of great importance. This undoubtedly arises out of fear of what they say might go unheeded or be misinterpreted or both.This is a mistake.

It is a mistake for time has a way of rushing upon one like a whirlwind. Before one is aware wrinkles are etched into the…  See more details below

Overview

It is my observation that many fathers are reluctant in talking with their children about matters of great importance. This undoubtedly arises out of fear of what they say might go unheeded or be misinterpreted or both.This is a mistake.

It is a mistake for time has a way of rushing upon one like a whirlwind. Before one is aware wrinkles are etched into the brow, eyes are dim, legs weak, dexterity of fingers lessened, and ability of communication difficult.

It's best when faculties are intact and maneuverability of body is robust and salient, that a father engages in interaction with his children in talking about things that matter most.

Fathers by this book will be inspired and encouraged to speedily talk with their children about issues that count.

Fathers may even want to write about such as this father did. Depositing your thoughts on paper would be the greatest legacy of a father to his children.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012465214
Publisher:
Lorne F. Thompson
Publication date:
05/05/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
188 KB

Meet the Author

THe author attended the Grand Rapids School of Bible and Music, Grand Rapids Baptist Bible Institute, earned a BS degree at Western Michigan University, pursued Graduate studoes at Central Michigan University, ordained into the Christian ministry, served pastorates in the Midwest, and taught English in the secondary public school. He and his wife reside in their hometown of Saginaw, Michigan.

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